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These Illustrations Show What It Feels Like To Have A Migraine
17 sep 2015 14:45

For those who have experienced a migraine, these illustrations are probably only the beginning.

For those who have experienced a migraine, these illustrations are probably only the beginning.

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Screw Jazz Player
27 jul 2015 10:56

Throughout the years I’ve realized that simple objects can represent hundreds of different things and can have a completely different meaning. This is the fourth part of my creative illustrations. Take a look at my gallery and enjoy!

Throughout the years I’ve realized that simple objects can represent hundreds of different things and can have a completely different meaning. This is the fourth part of my creative illustrations.

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Artist Creates Magical Woodland Creature Illustrations
17 jul 2015 11:04

Julia Vysotskaya is a 24-year-old illustrator from Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation. Her detailed black-and-white illustrations are eerily beautiful, and her latest series for NeonMob “Sherwyn’s Forest,” is no exception.

Julia Vysotskaya is a 24-year-old illustrator from Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation. Her detailed black-and-white illustrations are eerily beautiful, ...

Tags: fairytale    illustration   
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Rescue Me From Demon
26 may 2015 12:18

I am Jerameel Lu, 24, a hobbyist from the Philippines. I am a Civil Engineer by profession, but Art is my passion. I hope that someday, when I’ve saved enough money, I can leave this job & freely do what I want, to follow my passion in art. Maybe that’s the reason why some of my artwork creates the illusion that the images appear to be pushing out of the page. Maybe those images are my passion, trapped by my situation, trying to get free.

I am Jerameel Lu, 24, a hobbyist from the Philippines. I am a Civil Engineer by profession, but Art is my passion.

Tags: illustration    pencil   
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Dandelion Cheerleader
13 may 2015 11:19

My name is Kristian Mensa and I’m a 17-year-old artist from the Czech Republic. Throughout the years I’ve realized that simple everyday objects are more important than they might appear. They can represent hundreds of completely different things and have a totally different meaning.

My name is Kristian Mensa and I’m a 17-year-old artist from the Czech Republic. Throughout the years I’ve realized that simple everyday objects are more important than they might appear.

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Tesla Charge Rhino
18 mar 2015 09:33

Marco lives in a small country town in regional Victoria, Australia. Drawing with a ballpoint has always been his favorite medium and long since he can remember that’s all he has really used. All these drawings have been illustrated freehand, without drafting in pencil. The idea of drawing without guides is liberating, allowing him transform any part of the drawing into anything he wants. In this series of works he has been experimenting with machining the forms of organic figures by...

Marco lives in a small country town in regional Victoria, Australia. Drawing with a ballpoint has always been his favorite medium and long since he can remember that’s all he has really used.

Tags: illustration    steampunk   
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Flower Gramophone
11 mar 2015 11:15

Kristian Mensa is a 17-year-old artist from Czech Republic. Throughout the years he has realized how important are the simple objects. They can represent hundreds of completely different things and have a totally different meaning.

Kristian Mensa is a 17-year-old artist from Czech Republic. Throughout the years he has realized how important are the simple objects.

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Parents kissing…YUCK
10 mar 2015 09:44

Emanuel Wiemans works as an storyboard artist most of the time. As you probably know – working in advertising is a hectic job with lots of tight deadlines.But there are some of illustrations he did for himself. He mostly draw them in between his jobs. He just tries to capture someone he saw walking on the street or in a bar.

Emanuel Wiemans works as an storyboard artist most of the time. As you probably know – working in advertising is a hectic job with lots of tight deadlines.

Tags: illustration    people    random   
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Playful illustrations
18 feb 2015 09:24

Maria Jose Da Luz and is an illustrator from Costa Rica. This is her collection of children drawings from photo references with a twist of cuteness and imagination.

Maria Jose Da Luz and is an illustrator from Costa Rica. This is her collection of children drawings from photo references with a twist of cuteness and imagination.

Tags: child    illustration    photo   
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Gel Pen Illustrations
09 feb 2015 11:48

Magdalena Korzeniewska is an illustrator from Poland. Her works are inspired by her favorite things from the world of literature, legends and fairy tales. Science fiction, fantasy and surrealism are what stimulate her imagination most. She loves juxtaposition of fairness and macabre, purity and grotesque, dark themes lurking under the soothing and meditative beauty of nature.

Magdalena Korzeniewska is an illustrator from Poland. Her works are inspired by her favorite things from the world of literature, legends and fairy tales.

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The Official Sneak Peek At The New Fully Illustrated Harry Potter Book
15 jan 2015 11:40

Award-winning illustrator Jim Kay was chosen to illustrate all seven Harry Potter books for a rerelease of the popular series. Published by Scholastic and Bloomsbury, the fully illustrated books will be released one at a time over the course of the next 7 years, with the first one (The Sorcerer's Stone) coming out in October 2015. Though we're a ways away from that date, the publishing houses have just released a sneak peek of some wonderful illustrations that can be found in the...

Award-winning illustrator Jim Kay was chosen to illustrate all seven Harry Potter books for a rerelease of the popular series.

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25 Magical Fairy Tale Art Renditions
09 dec 2013 12:04

Fairy tale renditions look not the same as cartoon style art renditions and here is 25 pictures to prove it.

Fairy tale renditions look not the same as cartoon style art renditions and here is 25 pictures to prove it.

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Incredible Hyperrealistic Drawings of Everyday Objects
12 sep 2013 11:58

Milan-based Italian illustrator and graphic designer Marcello Barenghi creates hyperrealistic drawings of ordinary objects that boggle the mind. It's hard to believe that the artist uses a standard set of art supplies to reproduce the likeness of everyday items, including anything from a bag of chips or bottle of whiskey to a crumpled up banknote. Each mixed media illustration in the artist's growing collection of works goes beyond just seeming realistic. They give the illusion of three-dimensionality, leaving one to question what they're actually looking at. Every wrinkle and glossy reflection is illusively reproduced, taking approximately 4 to 6 hours to complete. Barenghi also records his meticulous process, compressing the hours of work into 3-4 minute videos. Check out a time lapse view of the artist drawing a disheveled stack of playing cards, below.

Milan-based Italian illustrator and graphic designer Marcello Barenghi creates hyperrealistic drawings of ordinary objects that boggle the mind.

Tags: art    hyperrealism    illustration    marcello-barenghi   
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Amazing Typography Portraits Created with Song Lyrics
12 sep 2013 11:46

Anyone interested in typography will be in complete awe of these realistic portraits by artist Sean Williams. Based in Edmonton, Alberta, the designer, photographer, and art director certainly has a great eye for conceptual designs. To create the series, entitled Hip Hop Type, Williams took the lyrics from popular songs by each subject, including Jay-Z, Justin Timberlake, Bruno Mars, Rihanna, and Kanye West. Relying on both positive and negative space, the artist then warped, curved, and resized the letters to fit perfectly together, forming instantly recognizable faces. The absolutely mind-blowing illustrations are an impressive combination of typography and illustration. Featuring just one simple color, the handful of well-organized words can be regarded in two ways. First, from up close, viewers can read the lyrics and visualize the artist at work on stage. Then, from a bit farther away, the color blends together to form the distinct facial details of each pop star.

Anyone interested in typography will be in complete awe of these realistic portraits by artist Sean Williams.

Tags: art    hip-hop-type    illustration    sean-williams   
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6 Weird Animal Facts
07 sep 2013 14:41

In a series called Nature is Magical, artist ChaosLife illustrates six super fascinating animal facts. Well, with the exception of the last one, which is that flamingoes exist and I already knew that. I’m not a gentleman or a scholar (I’m a female and a dum-dum) but I know what’s up with flamingoes. I feel robbed of my sixth fun animal fact — I demand a re-do!

In a series called Nature is Magical, artist ChaosLife illustrates six super fascinating animal facts. Well, with the exception of the last one, which is that flamingoes exist and I already knew that.

Tags: animal    chaoslife    fact    funny    hilarious    humor    illustration    magical    nature   
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Celebrities as Sloths
30 aug 2013 14:28

The UK artist Shitty Watercolour has become semi-famous on the Internet for his funny and clever paintings. Here’s a roundup of a few of his celebrity portraits as sloths.

The UK artist Shitty Watercolour has become semi-famous on the Internet for his funny and clever paintings. Here’s a roundup of a few of his celebrity portraits as sloths.

Tags: "internet"    art    illustration    painting    portrait    semi-famous    sloth    ***-watercolour   
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Surreal Illustrations Merge Dreams and Childhood Memories
30 aug 2013 14:10

St. Petersburg-based digital artist Alex Andreev recently unveiled the 9th installment of his ongoing series titled A Separate Reality. The collection features remarkably surreal illustrations of an alternate universe where skateboarders are guided by flying stingrays, masses of land float in the sky, and there's little difference between an enormous airplane and a monstrous octopus. Each image is brimming with elements from real-life placed in unconventional compositions, making them seem like weird yet wonderful dreams. Andreev's imaginative works borrow just as much from his own creative dreams as they do from his childhood memories. By merging these two sources of creativity, both conscious and subconscious, the artist produces entirely unique scenes. There's a sense of enthusiasm for exotic environments that think way outside the box, awarding residents of Andreev's fictional settings the freedom of free falling and diving through the clouds without a worry in the world.

St. Petersburg-based digital artist Alex Andreev recently unveiled the 9th installment of his ongoing series titled A Separate Reality.

Tags: a-separate-reality    alex-andreev    art    digital-art    illustration   
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Disney Princesses and Villains Illustrated as Elemental Benders
30 aug 2013 14:08

Texas-based artist and animator Robby Cook has illustrated Disney princesses, villains, and other characters as elemental benders from Nickelodeon’s Avatar: The Last Airbender. Jasmine is depicted as a firebender with her lightning tiger Rajah, Mulan is a member of the earth-bending Kyoshi Warrior clan, Pocahontas is appropriately an airbender, and Ariel is a waterbender. Ursula, the villain of The Little Mermaid, is a corrupted waterbender who controls Ariel through the dark art of bloodbending. To see the rest of the crossover artworks, head over to Cook’s website.

Texas-based artist and animator Robby Cook has illustrated Disney princesses, villains, and other characters as elemental benders from Nickelodeon’s Avatar: The Last Airbender.

Tags: artist    cool    disney    element    illustration    princess    robby-cook    villains   
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Vibrant Woodcut Illustrations Inspired by Eastern Europe
29 aug 2013 14:49

Polish artist Roman Klonek creates delightfully vibrant illustrations using traditional woodcut techniques. The illustrations are inspired by cartoons, propaganda, and pop culture from Eastern Europe. Klonek demonstrates his labor-intensive process in this video by Bungalow.

Polish artist Roman Klonek creates delightfully vibrant illustrations using traditional woodcut techniques. The illustrations are inspired by cartoons, propaganda, and pop culture from Eastern Europe.

Tags: art    artist    cultur    eastern    illustration    polish    roman-klonek    vibrant    woodcut   
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Portraits of Quirky Characters from an Alternate Universe
29 aug 2013 13:49

Travis Louie is the master of developing odd little characters who convey quirky personalities. His illustrated figures boast antlers and fangs and strangely shaped heads, and he pairs each unique portrait with a creative story in order to provide a bit of background about each imaginative character. To achieve the dramatic, old-fashioned feel to his illustrations, Louie creates monochromatic images with acrylic paints over graphite drawings on smooth illustration board or wood panels. He merges supernatural, alien features with human qualities to create the unique beings of his own imaginary world, a world that he says is "inhabited by human oddities, mythical beings, and otherworldly characters who appear to have had their formal portraits taken to mark their existence and place in society."

Travis Louie is the master of developing odd little characters who convey quirky personalities. His illustrated figures boast antlers and fangs and strangely shaped heads, ...

Tags: art    illustration    tiny-theater-of-the-absurd    travis-louie    turf-one   
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An Important Life Lesson Inspired by Calvin and Hobbes
28 aug 2013 14:28

This fantastic illustrated story is a heartwarming reminder to never give up on what makes us happy in life, even if obstacles and social expectations get in the way. It was created by Australia-based freelance artist Gavin Aung Than of Zen Pencils, a cartoon blog featuring inspirational quotes adapted in the form of playful comic stories. The project, entitled Bill Watterson: A cartoonist's advice, is a hand-drawn tale based off a speech given by Bill Watterson, creator of Calvin and Hobbes. Than chose Watterson's words because he says, "To me, Calvin and Hobbes is cartooning perfection—that rare strip that has both exquisite writing AND gorgeous artwork. A strip that managed to convey the joy of childhood, absurdity of humanity and power of imagination all through the relationship between a boy and his stuffed tiger. And most importantly, a strip that was consistently laugh-out-loud funny." In Watterson's creative style, Than translated the thought-provoking message into this playful, lighthearted comic that basically tells the story of events from his own life.

This fantastic illustrated story is a heartwarming reminder to never give up on what makes us happy in life, even if obstacles and social expectations get in the way.

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Lord of the Rings Characters Illustrated as Tarot Cards
23 aug 2013 11:26

Russia-based artist SceithAilm has illustrated various characters from The Lord of the Rings as tarot cards. To see the rest of the collection, head over to her DeviantART gallery.

Russia-based artist SceithAilm has illustrated various characters from The Lord of the Rings as tarot cards. To see the rest of the collection, head over to her DeviantART gallery.

Tags: artist    card    character    cool    illustration    lord-of-the-rings    sceithaim    tarot   
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Misleading Vintage Ads Promoting The Benefits Of Smoking
21 aug 2013 11:40

Quaint though they may be, we’ve come a long way from this hellishly misleading smoking advertisements from yesteryear. Actor Edmund Lowe once proudly declared: “It’s that delightful taste after a cup of coffee that makes Luckies a hit with me. And naturally I protect my voice with Luckies. No harsh irritants for me…..I reach for Lucky instead. Congratulations on your improved Cellophane wrapped. I can open it.”

Quaint though they may be, we’ve come a long way from this hellishly misleading smoking advertisements from yesteryear.

Tags: advertising    featured    illustration    lung-cancer    smoking    tobacco   
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